"Clearly, clearly, this is not what the Legislature intended," Todd Landry, director of the Nebraska Division of Children and Family Services, said.
Are you sure Mr. Landry, or are you back pedalling now that you realize that teenagers are still classified as children? And teachers are the first to be completely aware of this fact. Just look at their fashion and you'll understand. For example, I was walking down the hall when I saw this:
And yes, skinny jeans (especially on boys) is slightly disturbing, more so, I'd say, than sagging, BUT what about a boy sagging in skinny jeans? Yes, folks, it can be done. And on top of looking HI-larious, the boy could hardly walk, just like in the picture. It was like watching a mix between an infant who is slowly and carefully learning to walk and peg legged pirate tripping down the hall. But he was cool, you know.
And further down the hall I saw the haircut in this picture, the one on the left:
I actually stopped and said,"Really?" Didn't anyone tell the younger generation that the 80's was a multi-track, multi-car train wreck with fatalities fashion wise? They apparently have no idea. But who am I to tell them? I had feathered bangs and leg warmers.
See, Mr. Landry? They're children. You are obligated to take them.
The fire stations will soon be packed.